Is there such a thing as a dress code in journalism these days? If not, maybe there should be.
Think you know everything about the Open Meetings Act in Illinois? Here are a few facts that might surprise you.
By Sharon Boehlefeld, Features Editor of The Observer Many weeks ago, the Rockford Diocese held a conference conducted by and about the millennial generation. The goal, of course, was learning how to reach them in a church environment. But one of the presenters, Emily Burds, who with her husband works for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, …
Registration is open for NINA's annual banquet and awards ceremony on Oct. 18. Online registration is available. The deadline to register is Oct. 8. If you have questions, please call Shelley Hendricks at 815-753-4239 or Maria Krull at 815-753-0707. Hope to see you there!
FREE Sept. 19 seminar at NIU from Sarah Pratt from the Illinois Attorney General's Office.
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A ton of "wow" journalism won awards on June 8, when the Illinois Press Association announced winners of its 2018 contest.
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If I could wave a magic wand and make words vanish from the dictionary, I have a few in mind. Seven, to be exact.